TAEDES412 Design and develop plans for accredited vocational training

The draft TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment qualification and associated draft TAE units of competency have been released. There are six core units of competency:

The above list is in alphabetical order for the unit codes.

About this article

This article focuses on the TAEDES412 Design and develop plans for accredited vocational training unit of competency.

This unit has three elements:

  • Prepare to develop plan for accredited vocational training
  • Design plan for accredited vocational training
  • Finalise plan for accredited vocational training.

I have unpacked the elements and performance criteria to create the following 9-part process that gives greater clarity to the TAE Student about what they need to do.

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Assessment requirements for the TAEDES412 unit

Knowledge evidence

An assessment task will be required to gather the specified Knowledge Evidence. A TAE Student must demonstrate they have the following knowledge:

  • VET regulatory requirements relating to designing and developing training plans
  • RTO procedures for designing, developing and documenting training plans
  • Purposes and key content of plans for accredited vocational training
  • Purpose and use of the National Register of VET, including identifying changes to nationally recognised training products
  • Modes of delivery, and implications for designing and developing training plans
  • Types of learner characteristics, and implications for designing and developing training plans
  • Purpose, structure and contents of nationally recognised training products relating to designing and developing training plans
  • Purpose, structure and contents of Companion Volume Implementation Guides relating to designing and developing training plans
  • Methods of identifying skills and knowledge requirements
  • Purpose, structure and contents of training and assessment strategies
  • Learning theories and adult learning principles relating to designing and developing training plans
  • Instructional design principles relating to designing and developing training plans
  • Relationship between training and assessment and implications for designing and developing training plans.

Performance evidence

My 9-part process for designing competency-based training can be used to structure the gathering of performance evidence for the TAEDES412 Design and develop plans for accredited vocational training unit of competency.

  • Part 1. Outline the training requirement
  • Part 2. Read and interpret the unit of competency
  • Part 3. Research and evaluate existing resources
  • Part 4. Develop a preliminary structure for the training
  • Part 5. Create a training matrix
  • Part 6. Document the training plan
  • Part 7. Analyse risks
  • Part 8. Review the draft training plan and risks
  • Part 9. Finalise the training plan.

Two assessment tasks will be required to gather the Performance Evidence. The specified volume of performance evidence will require the TAE Student to:

  • Design a training plan for group learning covering a unit of competency
  • Design a training plan for an individual covering a unit of competency.

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